Since 1951, Notkin's design for universities, colleges, and K-12 school buildings has included more than 50 educational facilities and 20 school districts in Washington. Mechanical systems are designed with the capability to support evolving technologies and changing learning programs in the future. Optimum systems flexibility is key to ensuring that heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems can accommodate constantly changing space uses and learning programs. Since educational buildings have extended hours, systems are also capable of serving different occupant uses with varied heating and cooling requirements throughout the day and evening.
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